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Spiral Wine Cellars

Ever find yourself thinking about doing a cellar in your house? Wine lovers certainly have caught themselves asking this question, but bumping into the same answer, the lack of space. with this in mind, UK company Spiral Cellars created the "spiral wine cellars", which act as a spiral staircase with the bottles placed around them. They can be built any in your home, without taking any useful space. With a cooling system that allows the ideal temperature, the Spiral Cellar is an ideal solution for those who suffer from lack of space.



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GRADIENT PUZZLES

Are you a problem solver? Jigsaw enthusiasts each have their own method of tackling a tricky puzzle, some start with the edges while others work sections of the image at a time. But these Gradient Puzzles will test even the most methodical puzzler. Available in black-white, blue-green and red-yellow gradients and the price of $20 per puzzle. A great test for any skilled puzzler! ...
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MATADOR POCKET BLANKET

Believe it or not, the Matador Pocket Blanket is a a blanket that fits in the palm of your hand! The ultra compact blanket unravels to 55x44 inches, big enough to fit four people sitting or two people laying. Made from hi-tech HyprLyte Nylon, Matador is water repellent to keep you clean and dry, puncture resistant, features weighted corners for breezy days, and comes with the "easy pack pattern" for easy folding, and includes an attached storage pouch. Perfect for p...
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GLIDER | SHELTER & RAIN RETENTION SYSTEM

Remember the popular Kammock? (a light-weight camping hammock designed to comfortably sleep one person), now the same guys have launched a new product, the Glider - the first portable shelter with a fully integrated rainwater retention system. The design was inspired by the shape of the sugar glider flying squirrel, the six catenary curves form natural rain gutters, and at the base of the feet there are funnels enabling the attachment of water bottles to collect rai...
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